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Pamela Brill

The Great Escape: Playmobil Large Furnished Hotel

February 13, 2013

Playmobil HotelRight about now, I'd do just about anything to be sitting somewhere warm, a warm breeze blowing through my hair, tropical drink in hand and a juicy book or glossy magazine to devour. After last week's blizzard and contending with the aftermath of treacherous roads, cranky folks (including my kids home from school) and other minor annoyances, I'm ready to call it quits and get out of Dodge. Lucky for me, I got to attend Toy Fair in NYC over the weekend, and it's the memories of those happy-go-lucky playthings that are carrying me through this otherwise depressing period. Yup, I'm still a kid at heart and look forward to getting the scoop on what's new in the world of play for the year ahead. While there was plenty to see in a short amount of time, my brain keeps returning to one particular toy that captured my attention and gave me a much-needed mental departure from a drab winter. Playmobil's Large Furnished Hotel is the place to be. Coming to stores this August, this more-than-generously sized playset is a resort that spares no expense for an awesome play vacation. Your stay begins in the lobby where check-in is computerized (of course) and there are plenty of cool magazines to check out if there's a line. Once you receive your room assignment, take a ride on the elevator and use your room key to open the door (it really works!). After a good night's rest, you can head down to the hotel cafe and dine on a sumptuous breakfast feast served by your own waiter. The kids can hang out in the game room after you're done touring the local sights and then it's back to the room for yet another restful night's sleep. Yes, we know this vacation is really just a state of mind, but until we can make it out of town, Playmobil has made this staycation one worth taking.

 

In a Nutshell: "Wish you were here." With Playmobil‘s well-stocked get-away playset, your kids may feel like they've gotten away without even leaving home.